The huge growth potential of tech startups as vast swathes of Indians get online is persuading Japanese investors to overcome their instinctive reluctance to enter a chaotic market like India.
Flipkart, Snapdeal, and Ola hog the limelight. But watch out for a new wave – software products made in India
There’s a growing band of Indian companies making software products for global markets. Some of them have attracted smart money, but most are flying under the radar.
Indian tech industry thinktank iSPIRT has just released an index of the top 30 Indian companies making software products. The valuation of the 30 companies worked out to US$6.2 billion.
Global Brain's local partnerships and expertise are vital to the success of an international entrant to the Japanese market, AdNear founder Anil Mathews tells us.
Vserv already had 500 million user profiles and Fortune 500 clients. CEO Dippak Khurana tells us why it still needed to get smarter at mobile advertising.
What Volkswagen, Toyota, General Motors, Ford, Honda, Nissan, and BMW have in common, apart from being Fortune 100 auto majors, is that they are AdNear clients.
Chinese New Year is typically a retail graveyard in countries with a significant Chinese population as shops close for the holidays. However, data from AdNear, a location-based advertising company bas...
Founded in 2008 by serial entrepreneur Anil Mathews, AdNear is a location-based advertising network that’s approaching the game differently. While most location-based ad networks use GPS or operator d...
Update: We learned from AdNear that its platform is also available in Singapore and made changes accordingly. A PR rep also updated us on the following timeline: 2010: AdNear extends footprint to Sing...